Mix 106.5 contest goes wrong

Staff Writer

Mix 106.5 in Sydney have discovered a problem with their $100,000 Mystery Voices contest.

This morning on 'Rosso & Claire', they played a pre-recorded statement from ARN National Content Director, Duncan Campell, who explained what happened….

https://radiotoday.com.au/music/Mix contest.mp3

Here's the statement posted on the Mix website….

We regret to advise our listeners that on Monday 2nd July 2012, we incorrectly informed you that Cathy Freeman was not one of the mystery voices in the Mix 1065 $100,000 Mystery Voices Competition.  To address this, the Commonwealth Broadcasting Corporation Pty Ltd (trading as Mix 1065) has exercised its discretion under clause 12.1 of the Australian Radio Network General Terms and Conditions for Competitions to vary the terms of the competition, as follows:

“The winner of the Mix 1065 $100,000 Mystery Voices Competition will be the first entrant who did correctly guess all four of the following celebrities in the following order:

1.       Bryan Adams
2.       Steven Spielberg
3.       Neil Patrick Harris
4.       Curtis Stone

The first entrant who correctly guessed Cathy Freeman as one of the mystery voices will be awarded a prize of $1000”

A copy of this variation to the terms and conditions of the Mix 106.5 $100,000 Mystery Voices Competition is available at  www.mix1065.com.au.

We are going to run the Mix1065 $100,000 Mystery Voices again, starting on Monday 17th September.

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